Canlyniadau 101–120 o 458 ar gyfer speaker:Mr John Hume

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (29 Tach 1999)

Mr John Hume: I select Finance and Personnel and nominate Mr Mark Durkan.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Personal Statement (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I would like to express my deep gratitude and congratulations to Seamus on the honourable statement that he has made. He was clearly underlining our complete commitment to the creation of totally inclusive institutions that bring together all sections of our people. I think that I speak for the majority of people in Northern Ireland, right across the divide, in expressing appreciation for the...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Mr Alban Maginness as Minister of the Environment.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Mr Mark Durkan for the Department of Finance and Personnel.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Mr Sean Farren as Minister for Regional Development.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Ms Brid Rodgers as Minister of Higher and Further Education, Training and Employment.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Mr Eddie McGrady as Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Dr Joe Hendron as Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (15 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Mr Denis Haughey as Minister for Social Development.

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I should like to begin by expressing our deep appreciation and gratitude to the Prime Minister, the Secretary of State and Ministers for the enormously detailed work that they have put into this matter—the most serious human problem facing this Government, as it was for previous Governments. We are deeply grateful to them for the efforts that they are making, particularly to break the...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: To be honest, I do not need a lesson from you about such matters. I do not know how you interpreted my remarks in that way. What I am saying is—

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I am sorry about that, Mr. Deputy Speaker, but, as I said, I do not understand why I was interpreted in that way. I was saying, and saying very clearly, that it was our duty to implement the will of the people, which means implementing the Good Friday agreement in all its aspects. The basis of the agreement is the provision of lasting peace and stability on our streets, and the removal of...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I do not think that there are two meanings of the word "peace". The agreement meant peace and stability to the people and they came out in strength. Let me put it like this. Who could have thought five years ago that the people of Ireland as a whole—71 per cent. of the people of the north and 93 per cent. of the people of the south—would agree on how we live together in that island, and...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I give way.

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: I will not make the remark that I was thinking of about all of them, Mr. Deputy Speaker, but let one of them go ahead.

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: We are totally committed to the Good Friday agreement, which contains a total commitment to total demilitarisation, total disarmament and total decommissioning. We want to see that done, now. As we know, however, given our history, it is not an easy thing to do. Decommissioning is not the most important factor in ending violence, as one could decommission on Monday but secretly buy more guns...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (13 Gor 1999)

Mr John Hume: The advice that I should like to give to both the Leader of the Opposition and his spokesman, the right hon. Member for Bracknell (Mr. MacKay), is that you might occasionally check the opinions of other sections of Northern Ireland. The Leader of the Opposition should take a lesson from his predecessor, who not only laid the foundations for our peace process, but, throughout, kept himself...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Hydrocarbon Oil Duties (27 Ebr 1999)

Mr John Hume: Does the Chief Secretary realise the damage that the rise in the cost of fuel is doing to Northern Ireland, above all other areas, particularly to the border regions? For example, in my constituency, for £100 one can buy 139 litres of diesel, but if one goes a mile down the road one can buy 229 litres. Four-star petrol costs 77p a litre in my constituency, where as one mile down the road...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Interim Report of First Minister (Designate) and Deputy (14 Med 1998)

Mr John Hume: I begin by expressing my deep appreciation to the First Minister (Designate) and his Deputy, not only for the detailed work they have done since taking office but for the Interim Report which they have placed before us. Their work and the Report represent the challenge of a new beginning and the leaving behind of a terrible past. This new beginning challenges us to put into operation new...

Prayers: Omagh ( 2 Med 1998)

Mr John Hume: May I express my deep appreciation to the Prime Minister for what he has said today, and also to the leaders of the two main Opposition parties? I have no doubt that, as the hon. Member for West Tyrone (Mr. Thompson) made clear, what they have said will also be deeply appreciated by the people of Omagh. In the past 30 years, the people of Northern Ireland have suffered terribly. One in 500...


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